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Toyota ProAce

Toyota ProAce (Japan, 2013-present)

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The ProAce is a medium-sized van introduced by Toyota in 2013.
 
It features bespoke design details and Toyota-specific branding to the front grille, rear doors, wheels and vehicle interior. It is available in a choice of two vehicle lengths, and two vehicle heights giving overall load capacities of 5m3, 6m3 or 7m3 depending on the configuration specified.
 
The large load-space can be accessed by one or two sliding doors at the side, and via a top-hinged tailgate or dual split doors with a 270-degree opening capability at the rear. This space is complemented by a payload of up to 1200kg, and a towing capacity of up to 2000kg.
 
Additionally, the ProAce may be specified as a Panel Van, a Glass Van or a Crew Cab.

The Toyota ProAce is available with a range of efficient diesel powertrains. The 1.6l engine (90PS/180Nm) is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, whilst the two 2.0l engines (128PS/320Nm and 163PS/340Nm) come with 6-speed manual gearboxes.
 
With a tank capacity of 80 litres, the Toyota ProAce equipped with either the 2.0l 128PS or 2.0l 163PS diesel engines have an estimated driving range of up to 1250km.



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